A PHP commandline helper for WordPress stuff and things.
View/control startup applications.
Small, concise, full-featured and overall incredible. This is an essential part of my toolkit.
Services are not supported.
A Qt cross-platform web browser.
A utility to completely remove one's display drivers. Useful for being as thorough as possible, for the various cases where leftovers are making proper troubleshooting or reinstallation difficult.
I couldn't get it to work.
This is not (yet?) in development, but is something I will keep an eye on.
A third/first-person FPS/MMORPG
Firefall's spiritual successor.
Create macros beyond the 255-character limit, and even beyond the 1023-character macrotext limit.
- However, no individual line in a macro may be more than 1023 characters long (you will get a warning).
- The number of lines is unlimited.
- Share macros in-game.
- 36 global and 18 character-specific for each character.
Floating macros accessed by
- You can make as many of these as you want.
Lua scripts of unlimited length
/sdm run <name>
- Macro Shortening
- Key Binding and key bind only macros
- Extended Macros
- Condition Builder
- Extended, Searchable Icon Frame
- Syntax Highlighting
- Syntax Checking
- Insert Special commands
- Easy Slot Selection
- Backup / Restore
- Macro sharing
- Add Custom Slash Sommands
- Slash Commands for Common Lua Script Functions
Copy macros between characters
Not used because it Breaks Super Duper Macro. I remember giving it a reasonable try and just not liking it in comparison to Super Duper Macro.
An in-game text editor and addon authoring tool (Lua).
Keep notes with it, write Lua scripts, or prototype addon concepts in its trimmed down development environment. Organize your scripts into folders and share them with other _DevPad users. Scripts can run automatically on login like mini addons, and can call each other like libraries or dependencies.
An absolutely spectacular AddOn that I'm not sure I can live without.
Though it can do other stuff, I use this to edit ISO images meant to be burned to a CD or DVD, to make them appropriate for copying to, and booting from, a USB stick.
Phenomenal. I wish I knew about this a long time ago. I've ignored many Linux distributions because of the very issue this tool solves.
Automagically repairs a boot loader.
This is something I wish I had/knew about a long time ago. I've had bootloader misadventures that really stressed me out.
I'll accept this, even though it uses systemd.
See also the boot-repair bootable ISO